Easy Gamerscore: The 21 quickest game completions from the latest Xbox sales

By Sean Carey,
After a couple of dry weeks in terms of quick completions and easy gamerscore, today we've hit the motherlode. There is a total of 21 quick game completions from this week's Xbox One and Xbox 360 sales. Below, you'll find the usual links to each game's hub where you can find walkthroughs and individual achievement guides. We've also linked you directly to the Microsoft Store where you can pick up any of these titles.

Quickest Xbox Game Completions from the latest Sales

Game Completion Time Average Discount Store Links
CAN ANDROIDS PRAY: BLUE 0-1 hour 25% View
Mekabolt 0-1 hour 30% View
Planet of the Eyes 1-2 hours 70% View
MechaNika 0-1 hour 50% View
Tanky Tanks 0-1 hour 35% View
Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition 1-2 hours 50% View
Life is Strange: Before The Storm 2-3 hours 80% View
Black The Fall 2-3 hours 70% View
Varenje 3-4 hours 60% View
Pixel Gladiator 1-2 hours 50% View
Quiplash 0-1 hour 60% View
ChromaGun 3-4 hours 30% View
Driving Essentials 2-3 hours 25% View
Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story 4-5 hours 60% View
DayD: Through Time 5-6 hours 60% View
Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink 3-4 hours 50% View
Oh My Godheads 4-5 hours 80% View
The Adventures of Elena Temple: Definitive Edition 2-3 hours 40% View
I, Zombie 2-3 hours 50% View
Life is Strange 2-3 hours 80% View
Life is Strange 2 2-3 hours 75% View

Let's kick things off with the easiest completion on our list. CAN ANDROIDS PRAY: BLUE is a visual novel that's going to take you less than an hour to complete. It has 10 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore, and all of them are pretty straightforward to unlock. There are a couple of achievements that can be missed, and unfortunately, we don't have a walkthrough written for this one, but we do have plenty of guides that should help out if you get stuck. CAN ANDROIDS PRAY: BLUE sits with a 2.02/5 rating from the TA community, and is on sale for $5.24. You'll probably be picking this one up for the gamerscore only.

planet of the eyes

We have several cheap games this week all coming in at $2.99, but the cheapest and easiest completion coming in at that price point is Planet of the Eyes. The platformer has 14 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore and is estimated to take around 1-2 hours to complete. We do have a highly rated walkthrough on this one that should guide you through the process of unlocking every achievement. Looking at the list though, it shouldn't give you too much trouble – there's even a chapter select if you miss an achievement during your first playthrough. Our official site review gives Planet of the Eyes a decent 3.5/5, so you could have some fun with this one.

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And finally, the highest-rated game on our list is Life is Strange with a community rating of 4.35/5. Along with Life is Strange: Before the Storm and Life is Strange 2, these titles take a little longer than what our table says. Each episode takes around 2-3 hours to complete, and there are five episodes in each game – except for Before the Storm that has three. Still, their lists are straightforward and involve completing episodes and finding collectables. If you do get stuck, we have another fantastic walkthrough to guide you through the process. It should also be noted that Life is Strange 2 is currently in Xbox Game Pass. The first Life is Strange will set you back $3.99 for its five episodes, and it features 60 achievements worth 1000 Gamerscore.

That's it for this week's quick completions. Let us know in the comments if you know of any other quick and easy games to complete from the sales and any other tips and tricks for these titles above. You can view the full list of the games discounted in the latest Xbox sale here. Also, let us know what game's you'll be picking up. Catch you all next week.
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Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Sean graduated from Southampton Solent University with a first-class honours degree in Journalism, which he uses to keep TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies topped up with the latest gaming and industry news. When not scouring the web for the latest big story, you’ll find him tearing up the streets in Forza Horizon 5, or failing miserably in Call of Duty: Warzone.